Mark Meadows‘ book publisher has sued the former Trump administration chief of staff over breach of contract allegations relating to false claims he made regarding the 2020 Presidential Election.
In the lawsuit filed Friday and obtained by Rolling Stone, book publisher All Seasons Press (ASP) alleged that Meadows had originally “promised and represented that all statements” in his 2021 memoir The Chief’s Chief were “‘true and based on reasonable research for accuracy,’ and that he ‘has not made any misrepresentations to the Publisher about the Work.’”
The publisher claimed that Meadows contradicted those statements after reportedly testifying before a grand federal jury that he told Trump that they’d lost the election. Per ABC News, Meadows testified in exchange for immunity from prosecution in the election interference case against Trump. [Continue reading…]